Ferdinand of Saar
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Saar originated from an ennobled official family, the father died however briefly after its birth. The nut/mother pulled back into her parents' house, where Ferdinand as well as his cousin, who later educating artist August von Pettenkofen was educated. It visited in Vienna starting from the people school,then the city school of the Scots and starting from 1843 their High School. 1849 it occurred the army and became 1854 second lieutenant. 1860 it terminated its officer career around itself the literature to dedicate. High debts from its military time supplied however in the subsequent yearsseveral detentions. 1871 it was freed by noble sponsor inside from the most oppressive emergency. 1877 brought the novellas from Austria broader acknowledgment. Largest public success 1893 became the Viennese Elegien. Three years before Saar the Franz Joseph medal lent had gotten, became 1902 it member of the manor-housethe Austrian realm advice.
The last years were however characterized by illness and above all heavy depressions. After its marriage had already failed 1884 with the self selbsttötung of its wife tragically, also Saar terminated 1906 its life by own hand.
Saar may beside Marie of smoothing he ash brook asthe most important realistic storyteller of the Austrian literature outgoing 19. Century apply. Its works are characterised by human Ethos and social criticism .
works (in selection)
- Innocens (1866)
- Marianne (1873)
- the violinist (1874)
- the Steinklopfer (1874)
- the Excellency gentleman (1882)
- second lieutenant Burda (1887)
- The Troglodytin (1887)
- fates (1889)
- Ginevra (1890)
- lock Kostenitz (1892)
- Mr. Fridolin and its luck (1894)
- doctor Trojan (1896)
- the case of sin (1898)
- the brothers (1900)
- the Brauer of Habrovan (1900)
- the marriage of the Mr. Stäudl (1902)
- out of service (1902)
- Sappho (1904)
- the family Worel (1905)
- Tragik of the life (1906)
- all works in twelve volumes. On behalf of the Viennese of branch society of the German Schillerstiftung. Hrsg. by Jakob Minor. Leipzig o.j. (1908)
- Kasim Egit: Ferdinand of Saar. Topic and telling structures of its novellas. Berlin: Agora. 1981.
- Oda Hanisch: The Turgenev Rezeptionin the Prosaschaffen Ferdinand of Saars. Magdeburg: Pädagog. Hochsch. Diss. 1987.
- Klaus Heydemann: Handling poets. To Ferdinand of Saars poems of “contrasts”, “Grillparzer” and “the grave in Weidling”. In: Eugeniusz Tomiczek (Hrsg.): Vita per litteris. Anniversary publication for Anna Stroka. Warszawa among other things: Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN. 1993. S.141-156. ISBN 83-01-11258-1
- Werner Hoffmann: Ferdinand of Saars “Tambi” as Kontrafaktur of Franz Grillparzers novella “the poor play man”. In: Hartmut run hut (Hrsg.): Literature history as Profession. Anniversary publication for Dietrich Jöns. Tübingen: Fool. 1993. (= Mannheimer of contributions to the speaking and literature science; 24). S. 248-270. ISBN 3-8233-5024-2
- Heinz child man(Hrsg.):Exchange of letters between Ferdinand of Saar and Marie of smoothing he ash brook. Vienna: Viennese Bibliophilen Ges. 1957.
- Harsh ore Klauser: A poet from Austria. Ferdinand of Saar - lives and work. Vienna: Literas. 1990. ISBN 3-85429-098-5
- Ernst Kobau: Restlessly the escape of the years pulls… Josephine and Franziska ofValue home stone - Ferdinand of Saar. Vienna Cologne Weimar: Böhlau. 1997. ISBN 3-205-98624-5
- Hadwig Kretzschmar: Ferdinand of Saar. A compilation of the expenditures of its writings and the literature over its work, appeared since its death. Cologne 1965. (= bibliographic booklets; 4)
- Marianne Lukas: Ferdinand of Saar. Life andWork. Vienna: Humboldt. 1947.
- One Dane deficiency: Figure and conflict representation with Friedrich Spielhagen, Theodor Fontane, Ferdinand of Saar, Eduard von Keyserling. A comparative investigation of the narrations “to the pastime”, “Effi Briest”, “lock Kostenitz” and “at the south slope”. Hamburg: Univ. Diss. 1995.
- Karl Konrad pole home (Hrsg.): Ferdinand of Saar.A Wegbereiter of the literary modern trend. Anniversary publication to 150. Birthday. Bonn: Bouvier. 1985. ISBN 3-416-01857-5
- Martin Wenske: Ferdinand of Saars Viennese Elegien. Perspectives to an understanding. Frankfurt/Main and others: Peter Lang. 1994. (= European university writings: Row 1, German language and literature; 1457) ISBN 3-631-47347-8
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|NAME||Saar, Ferdinand of|
|ALTERNATIVE NAME||Ferdinand Ludwig Adam von Saar|
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||of Austrian writers, dramatists and poet|
|DATE OF BIRTH||30. September 1833|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Vienna|
|DYING DATE||24. July 1906|
|DYING PLACE||Vienna Döbling|